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Hong Kong student who suffered severe brain injury after car park fall has died
South China Morning Post, November 8, 2019

Friends describe Hong Kong university student injured in car park fall as a polite and helpful introvert
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Suspect arrested in stabbing of Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho charged with attempted murder
South China Morning Post, November 8, 2019

Attack on Junius Ho reclassified as attempted murder
Radio Television Hong Kong, November 8, 2019

建制派議員探何君堯 下午靜默遊行促政府確保區選安全 (Pro-establishment legislators march to Electoral Affairs Commission urging authorities to keep elections safe after Junius Ho stabbed)
Ming Pao, November 7, 2019

16-year-old convicted for carrying laser pointer, hiking pole and modified umbrella at Hong Kong protest
Hong Kong Free Press, November 8, 2019

University of Hong Kong student jailed for six weeks for carrying retractable baton for self-defence
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong's Minorities Face Racism From Police and Protesters
Foreign Policy, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong government prohibits all dry goods - notably politically themed products - from Lunar New Year fairs in bid for public order
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

警記者會戴頭盔港台記者 將被調查有否違反公務員守則 (RTHK reporter who wore slogan during police press conference to be investigated for violating civil service regulations)
Stand News, November 7, 2019

Hong Kong police send complaint letters to news outlets after reporters protest at press con
Hong Kong Free Press, November 7, 2019

記協聲明:警方致函投訴記者參與靜默行動,散播白色恐怖 (Hong Kong Journalists Association: Police complaint on journalists' silent protest is spreading white terror), November 7, 2019

Graduation ceremonies at two Hong Kong universities disrupted by masked students, with one event halted and the other delayed
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

畢業生蒙面舉牌唱《願榮光》 中大腰斬畢業禮 (University students bring "Glory to Hong Kong" to graduation, ceremony axed), November 7, 2019

More than 40 per cent of Hong Kong secondary school students highly stressed, with nearly a quarter anxious about tense social climate, poll finds
South China Morning Post, November 7, 2019

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